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Toddla T - Streets So Warm - out on Ninja Tune



Toddla T Streets So Warm
Toddla T - Streets So Warm
(Digital Single) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS300, 2011-10-17

Fresh from the release of his acclaimed second album Watch Me Dance, Toddla T re-visits the sounds of Jamaica for his follow-up single Streets So Warm. For the track Toddla enlisted Kingston local Wayne Marshall to provide vocals for his dancehall tinged production. The single is the third to be taken from the acclaimed album, it is a timely reminder of his raw production talent given that getting his second album out there has not been particularly an easy path for Toddla T and all those involved. Firstly, the LP was leaked months before release, followed by the finished stock being destroyed in the PIAS warehouse fire during the London riots, delaying it's availability by a week. Remixes for Streets So Warm come from Zed Bias, Serial Killaz and Ross Orton & Pipes.

Toddla T Streets So Warm
Toddla T - Streets So Warm
(Digital Single) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS300, 2011-10-17

Toddla T - 'Streets So Warm' feat. Wayne Marshall & Skream by toddla_t

Toddla T - 'Streets So Warm' feat. Wayne Marshall & Skream - Ross Orton & Pipes Remix by Pipes

Toddla T - 'Streets So Warm' feat. Wayne Marshall & Skream - Ross Orton & Pipes Dub Remix by Pipes

Tracklisting :
01. Streets So Warm
02. Streets So Warm (Zed Bias Old Skool Remix)
03. Streets So Warm (Serial Killaz Remix)
04. Streets So Warm (Ross Orton & Pipes Dub Vocal)
05. Streets So Warm (Ross Orton & Pipes Dub Remix)

Links :
Toddla T : official | facebook | soundcloud | twitter | myspace | wikipedia
Ninja Tune : official | facebook | french promo agency | myspace | soundcloud | twitter | youtube



Press Release :
'The next big crossover star of British dance music' - The Independent
'Extremely infectious' - Mixmag
'The baby-faced dancefloor assassin is coming of age' - Independent on Sunday (Album of the Week)
'This feels like a stone-cold classic' - The Times ****
'Yes. Just yes. This album has got so many future bangers' - RWD ***** (Album of the Month)
'10 years from now, it might be seen as an important stepping-stone to greatness' - NME

Fresh from the release of his acclaimed second album 'Watch Me Dance', Toddla T re-visits the sounds of Jamaica for his follow-up single 'Streets So Warm'. For the track Toddla enlisted Kingston local Wayne Marshall to provide vocals for his dancehall tinged production.

The single is the third to be taken from the acclaimed album, it is a timely reminder of his raw production talent given that getting his second album out there has not been particularly an easy path for Toddla T and all those involved. Firstly, the LP was leaked months before release, followed by the finished stock being destroyed in the PIAS warehouse fire during the London riots, delaying it's availability by a week.

Remixes for 'Streets So Warm' come from Zed Bias, Serial Killaz and Ross Orton & Pipes
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